ESPN is canceling all of it’s Washington D.C.-based television shows for the moment amidst coronavirus spread concerns, per Richard Deitsch.
ESPN is canceling all of its DC-based shows for the moment. (PTI etc..). It will also be putting its early morning SportsCenter on hiatus. Expect that network’s programming to remain fluid as this pandemic continues,
— Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) March 15, 2020
Pardon the Interruption broadcasts from D.C. so unless it’s going to be shot in Los Angeles, Bristol, Connecticut, or New York City, it’s probable that we will have to do without the long-time running show featuring Michael Wilbon and Tony Kornheiser.
With all of the shows on FS1 being canceled this week, does that mean we now face a reality in which we have to watch Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman scream at each other the whole time about anything but sports?
Don’t sign me up.